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Eagles' Davion Taylor: Won't return this season
Taylor (knee) won't be activated from injured reserve for the final week of the regular season or the playoffs, Mike Kaye of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Taylor landed on the shelf in late November after undergoing knee surgery and was believed to have a chance of retaking the field this season, but he won't end up returning for the Eagles. The 2020 third-round pick finishes the campaign with 41 tackles (24 solo) and two forced fumbles in nine games, and he should have enough recovery time to be ready for training camp.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Davion Taylor: Could return this season
Coach Nick Sirianni said Wednesday that Taylor (knee) has undergone surgery but could still return this season, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Sirianni said there's a chance the Eagles get Taylor back this season, but it doesn't look like such an event is guaranteed. In any case, Taylor will need to miss a minimum of three games now that he's been placed on IR, so his earliest chance to return would be Dec. 26 against the Giants.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Davion Taylor: Placed on IR
The Eagles placed Taylor (knee) on injured reserve Wednesday.
Taylor will be required to miss at least three games as a result of his placement on IR. The second-year pro had logged four straight games with more than 50 percent of defensive snaps prior to injuring his knee Week 11 against the Saints.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Davion Taylor: May be put on IR
Taylor (knee) is likely headed to injured reserve, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Taylor left early Sunday against the Saints with the injury and never returned. He was also questionable with a knee issue leading up to the game, but it's uncertain if the two injuries are related. Alex Singleton will likely be looking at added opportunity moving forward.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Davion Taylor: Ruled out against Saints
Taylor (knee) will not return to Sunday's game against the Saints.
Taylor was dealing with a knee injury leading up to the game, and he exited early on in the contest. Alex Singleton has seen an increased role in his absence and has two total tackles with a pass defended in the game.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Davion Taylor: Dealing with knee issue
Taylor is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Saints due to a knee injury, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports.
Taylor was dealing with a knee injury entering the game, though it's unclear if the issues are related. He recorded one tackle prior to his exit. Alex Singleton should see more playing time so long as Taylor remains sidelined.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Davion Taylor: Suiting up Sunday
Taylor (knee) is active Sunday against the Saints.
Taylor was able to practice in full Friday. He should be able to resume his role as a key piece in the Eagles' linebacker unit.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Davion Taylor: Questionable against New Orleans
Taylor (knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Saints.
Although Taylor will carry an injury designation in Week 11, he trended in the right direction ahead of Sunday's matchup and logged a full practice session Friday. Across the last four games, the linebacker totaled 26 tackles (17 solo) and two forced fumbles.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Davion Taylor: Does not practice Wednesday
Taylor (knee) did not practice Wednesday, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.
Taylor was wearing a brace on his knee Wednesday, while he watched practice from the sideline. He had his usual workload Sunday against the Broncos, so it's unclear when the injury may have occurred. He'll try to return to the practice field later in the week before a Week 11 matchup with the Saints.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Davion Taylor: Will likely start Sunday
Taylor will likely draw the start at middle linebacker Sunday with Eric Wilson (coach's decision) out, Martin Frank of the Delaware News Journal reports.
After missing two games with the calf injury, Taylor has seen increased playing time in each of the last two weeks. It appears that the Eagles want to give the 2020 third-round pick an opportunity to win a starting job.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Davion Taylor: No injury designation for Sunday
Taylor (calf) is expected to play Sunday against the Chiefs, as he wasn't listed with an injury designation Friday.
Taylor has been dealing with his calf injury for much of the season, as he couldn't play Week's 1 and 3, while he reaggravated his injury in Week 2. The linebacker will look to play in what will be a difficult matchup against a flashy Kansas City offense.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Davion Taylor: Looking ready for return
Taylor (calf) was listed as a full participant in Wednesday's estimated practice report.
Taylor has been battling the injury throughout the season, as he missed both Weeks 1 and 3, and attempted to return in Week 2 only to aggravate the issue. His projected return to practice should bode well for the possibility of Taylor playing in Week 4 against Kansas City.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Davion Taylor: Unavailable Monday
Taylor (calf) is inactive for Monday's game against the Cowboys.
Taylor aggravated the calf injury Week 2 and was considered questionable for Monday's divisional matchup, but he won't be available for the Eagles. The 23-year-old played only nine defensive snaps in his lone appearance of the season, so his absence should have a significant effect on the Philadelphia defense.... See More ... See Less
Eagles' Davion Taylor: Limited at practice Saturday
Taylor (calf) was a limited participant during Saturday's practice and is listed as questionable for Monday's matchup with the Cowboys.
Taylor dealt with a calf injury during training camp and it resurfaced against the 49ers last week. He mostly contributed on special teams during Week 1, so his absence shouldn't affect the Eagles' defensive rotations.... See More ... See Less
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